Cristiano Ronaldo ‘will reject £250m mega-deal to join a Saudi club because he still wants to play in the Champions League and win major trophies’ as another exit route from Manchester United closes

Cristiano Ronaldo is allegedly set to dismiss the opportunity to join an anonymous Saudi Arabian club. Ronaldo, who as of late made his goals to leave Manchester United clear, has been offered £250million in compensation over the course of the following two seasons to move to the Middle East, with the club likewise postponing a £25m bid to United. Be that as it may, as per ESPN, Ronaldo will dismiss the opportunity to turn into the world's most generously compensated player to attempt to get a move somewhere else. New United chief Erik ten Hag has clarified that Ronaldo is in his arrangements, closing down inquiries in his most recent question and answer session when gotten some information about the Portugal skipper. Ronaldo has missed the Red Devils' pre-season visit through Australia as a result of a family issue, yet has been working exclusively to plan for the new season and posted a picture via web-based entertainment wearing club preparing shorts. The 37-year-old allegedly needs to play Champions League football next season. His point is to vie for significant prizes in a top association during the dusk long periods of his profession - something he believes he can't do at United. However with the quantities of admirers apparently low, Ronaldo might need to remain in Manchester with a year left on his ongoing agreement. Chelsea as of late pulled out of an expected arrangement. Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are supposedly still intrigued, however any opportunity of a move appears to be improbable at the present time. Ronaldo scored 24 objectives in 38 games last season following his re-visitation of Manchester after initially leaving the club for Real Madrid in 2009. Yet, United completed 6th in the Premier League, neglecting to fit the bill for the Champions League, which is accepted to the be the main thrust behind Ronaldo's longing to move.
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